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  1. It feels like there is a never-ending stream of Brazilian players to dominate the PocketFives Rankings. While Yuri Dzivielevski continues to hold a firm grasp on the #1-ranked player in the world, other Brazilians continue to shine and in June it was Geraldo Cesar who shined brightest. In June, Cesar picked up 2,508 leaderboard points to edge out the #4-ranked player in the United Kingdom, Patrick 'JaegsPL' Lauber, by 17 points, and another Brazilian, Belarmino 'Pagaovelhinho' De Souza, by 21 points in the Player of the Month race. His win comes a month after Brazilian Dalton ‘daltonhb’ Hob
  2. At the 2019 World Series of Poker, Finland's Juha Helppi beat out 117 other players to win the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship to erase his name from the Best Players Without a Bracelet list. On Tuesday, the Finnish pro added a second bracelet after beating a star-studded field in the $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship on GGPoker. The event drew 328 total entries for a $1,558,000 prize pool. The event played as a Six Max until the final table which was played nine-handed. Just a few minutes after the final table began, Jens Kyllonen raised to 120,000 from the small blind and Alex Dif

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